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Consultations with Harriet Tarbuck

8 – 9 September, 2022

By August 26, 2022December 9th, 2022News
Images by Harriet Tarbuck

Photo Collective Creative Director Harriet Tarbuck will be providing consultations as part of the
Australian Photographic Prize Conference and Expo

Consultation Details

Whether in search of meaning, the exploration of ideas, discussing a project or looking over a folio, join Harriet for a one-on-one session at the Australian Photographic Prize Expo. The 25 minute consultations will help photographers, artists and makers  of all experience levels build portfolios and develop projects. Session costs are A$55 for 25 minutes and are tailored towards participant lead discussions to get the most out of your session. Harriet is looking forward to seeing your work.

Where: City Edge, Narre Warren, Victoria
When: Thursday 8th of September between 1:30pm – 3:30pm & Friday 9th of September between 1:30pm – 3:30pm

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About Harriet

Harriet is a working photographer specialising in the areas of portraiture and documentary. She focuses on capturing daily life which has an emphasis on the celebration of women. Living and working across Australia, the UK and Asia, Harriet’s passion for photography is created through her want and need to connect with people and hear their stories. Across her work, Harriet aims to show that through our own unique experiences there are genuine threads that connect us all.

Since completing her photographic studies at Leeds College of Art and Design in the UK, Harriet has spent twelve years fostering community engagement through photography, while living in Melbourne. Harriet is a Co-Creative Director behind Photo Collective who run Australian Photography Awards, Stories and the former Fox Darkroom and Gallery. Through these initiatives Harriet has worked to create inclusive and diverse communities through award recognition, education programs and community events.

Photo Collective

Photo collective represents photographers, advocates, educators and curators working towards the collective goal of celebrating and contributing to the changing ecology of Australian photography. We achieve this through award recognition, publications, exhibitions, community engagement initiatives and educational programs.

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